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Karaziwan is listed on a Comoros government database as having three current Comoros passports.Semlex said Karaziwan would be available for questioning on Nov. 20 .According to Semlex emails reviewed by Reuters, a proposal was made to pay a commission amounting to 20 percent of the price each citizen would have to pay for a passport and 15 percent of the revenue that Semlex received for residence permits issued to foreigners.Under the new deal, citizens have to pay 36.25 euros (around $47) for a passport; of that, the state receives 2.50 euros and Semlex gets 33.75 euros, a contract between the two sides shows. Previously, Semlex received 15.50 euros per passport, the prior contract shows. A former Comoros government official said he knew of at least 23 other passports sold via Lica.
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